Sjava Hypes Up Boity Thulo and Nadia Nakai’s SAMA Nominations: #Queens

Sjava Hypes Up Boity Thulo and Nadia Nakai’s SAMA Nominations: #Queens

- Sjava took to social media to acknowledge Boity Thulo and Nadia Nakai’s South African Music Award (SAMA) nominations

- Sharing how Boity and Nadia got doubted, Sjava made it clear that they are thriving despite peoples harsha judgement

- Sjava posted a picture of Boity and Nadia to his Instagram Story, letting the haters know that these beauts are winning

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Sjava hyped Boity Thulo and Nadia Nakai up on social media after seeing them both get nominated for a South African Music Award (SAMA).

Taking to his Instagram Story with a snap of Boity and Nadia, Sjava made it known that the haters must now eat their words as these Queens are thriving!

“When they started they were the most criticized and today they are winning.”
Sjava Hypes Up Boity Thulo and Nadia Nakai’s SAMA Nominations: #Queens
Sjava is so proud of Boity Thulo and Nadia Nakai’s SAMA Nominations. Sjava wants the world to realise their success. Image: @sjava_at,.
Source: Instagram

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Both Boity and Nadia have done the most to build their careers as artists and no matter what shade anyone wants to throw at them, their success is proof that they are doing the thing.

Briefly News previously reported that Boity Thulo was over the moon with her South African Music Award (SAMA) nomination for Best Hip Hop Album.

Sis was beaming and we can’t even blame her. Taking to social media to spread the news, Boity expressed her pure gratitude and excitement for getting this nomination.


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It was also reported that the South African Music Awards (SAMAs) have released their nominations and this includes the hip-hop category. A lot of impressive albums were released last year, so the competition was obviously going to be tough, but fans were not expecting the list that they saw.

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The 27th edition of the award ceremony is highly anticipated and the nominations are not really what was expected. The nominations for the best hip-hop album went to Boity, Yanga Chief, Nadia Nakai, Nasty C and Zakwe & Duncan.

To say that Mzansi social media users were confused is an understatement because fans were shocked about who had been nominated. Cassper Nyovest released his top album Any Minute Now in 2020 and his name hasn't made it to the list this time.

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